Are you looking to buy any mid-range mobile phone? Then it is the right time to do so. Xiaomi has launched its mid-range killer smartphone Poco X3 NFC. With its fresh design, Xiaomi packed a powerful chipset “Snapdragon 732G” inside. Having a gaming chipset also demands a bigger battery to play games without any interruption, Xiaomi Poco X3 provides a 6000mah longlasting battery.
Poco X3 Design:
The design of Poco X3 doesn’t look like any of redmi smartphones. Comparing to its predecessor, X3 loses the dual front camera and has a single front camera right in the center of the screen. Coming to its display, Poco X3 has a 6.67″ FHD display with a refresh rate of 120Hz for entertaining the user with an ultra-smooth display feeling.
You might find it a little bit heavy as it has a weight of 225g. After using it for a while you might feel fatigued.
Coming to its storage and memory department, Poco X3 comes with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. Having a large battery demands a fast charging. Xiaomi knows all your needs and packed them in this device. Poco X3 comes with a 33W fast charging and the smartphone is rated IP53 Dust and Water resistant.
Poco ships X3 with MIUI 12 running on top of Android 10, and it has quite few customizations. The Poco X3 has powerful enough hardware to deliver good performance, and I did not face any issues while using it. The X3 is quick to load apps and games, and it is capable of multitasking very easily. I enjoyed watching videos on the Poco X3 as the display has good viewing angles and the stereo speakers do enhance the experience. The side-mounted fingerprint scanner is quick, and face recognition only needed a quick glance to unlock the device.
For casual users, the Poco X3 is more than adequate, and it should also keep some power users happy. I ran AnTuTu on the Poco X3 and it managed 280,030 points. It also scored 8,328 points in PCMark Work 2.0. The Poco X3 managed 567 and 1,777 points in Geekbench 5’s single-core and multi-core tests respectively. It also managed 60fps in the GFXBench T-Rex graphics test.